DAK appeals to govt
Srinagar, Jan 16: The Doctors Association Kashmir has urged the government to make changes in the health services gazette rules of 2006 for the welfare of Health Department and not for the Medical Education Department. “The Health Department is separate from the Medical Education Department and has different rules and regulations,” DAK said in a statement.“This is the matter of entire health services fraternity. The persons belonging to Health Department are working in tough conditions and are not been considered eligible for the higher posts in their parent department for what they are otherwise eligible under rules of this state,” the DAK added.
HM commander held: Police
Srinagar, Jan 16: Police has claimed to have arrested a commander of Hizbul Mujahideen from Regal Chowk area here on Sunday.According to the police, the arrested has been identified as Parvaiz Ahmad War son of Abdul Malik of Warpora Sopore. “Some arms and ammunition was also recovered from his possession,” police said adding “the militant had crossed over to the other side of Kashmir in year 2000 and was now functioning as the outfit commander in Sopore and Bandipora.”
Dogs on prowl at Drangbal
Srinagar, Jan 16: The inhabitants of Drangbal Pampore have complained of increasing dog menace in the area.“The dog attacks on humans have become frequent and in last week, the canines attacked and wounded a child outside the municipal committee office,” a delegation from the area told Greater Kashmir.“Time and again we apprised the officials of the Municipal Committee about the problem, but they turned deaf ears to out repeated pleas,” the residents said. They sought the intervention of SMC Commissioner and urged him to direct the officials to take immediate action in this regard before any untoward happens in the area.
Remedial classes at Baramulla college
Baramulla, Jan 16: To contribute towards social equality and socio-economic mobility of under privileged sections of the society through UGC sponsored schemes, the Degree College Baramulla is conducting remedial and coaching classes for SC/ST/minority communities and for PG aspirants.
In a communiqué, the college authorities said, about 300 students pursuing Science, Humanities, Commerce and Multimedia courses at under graduate level were attending the classes which commenced on January 1 and would continue for 15 days. The UGC sponsored remedial classes are free of cost and the students are provided with previous year question papers, relevant literature and counselling facilities by career Counselling Cell of the College, the communiqué said. ”As part of NAAC requirement, the College will also organise coaching for the students intending to appear in the competitive examinations,” it said.
Unidentified body recovered
Srinagar, Jan 16: Police has recovered an unidentified body near Gonikhan SMC complex here in suspicious conditions.According to the police, the identity of the deceased was being ascertained.
A private security guard of AMCOARTO mobiles private limited was found dead in his room at Panthachowk here.According to the police, the guard ‘died due to asphyxiation.’ The deceased has been identified as Waseem Raja Mir, 25, son of Bashir Ahmad of Lasipora Sogam, Kupwara.
A girl was injured after she jumped out from a hotel room to escape the blaze caused by a short circuit at Boulevard. According to the police, the wounded has been identified as Misbah, 15, daughter of Ashiq Hussain Bhat of Karim Abad Pulwama.
2 HURT IN MISHAP
Two persons were wounded when a sumo (JK01-4841) collided with another vehicle (JK13-4094) near Gangoo on Pulwama-Srinagar.According to the police, the wounded have been identified as Bilal Ahmad Ganaie son of Abdul Rashid and Riyaz Ahmad Bhat son of Ali Muhammad of Khedermoh Kakpora Pulwama.
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